Dates: 7th to 9th September 2022 | University of Edinburgh, Scotland, UK Pre-conference workshops: 5th to 6th September 2022 Attending the 2022 Conference and interested in the workshops on offer? You can now sign up to them on Crowd by clicking the “Events” option in the left-hand side menu of the IPDLN group. Please note that capacity…
Children younger within the school year are more likely to be treated for ADHD, suggesting immaturity may influence diagnosis
Children younger within the school year are more likely to be treated for Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), suggesting immaturity may influence diagnosis, according to a new study led by researchers at Population Data Science at Swansea University and the University of Glasgow. The study aimed to investigate the association between age and ADHD with researchers…
Both SAIL Databank & SeRP have achieved the new high-watermark standard set out by NHS Digital’s Data Security and Protection Toolkit for any organisation that accesses NHS data.
SAIL Databank and SeRP technology to play key role in an international collaboration to accelerate COVID-19 research
A new International COVID-19 Data Research Alliance and Workbench will support the rapid development of therapies to combat the global effects of COVID-19. Established by Health Data Research (HDR) UK and partners, following funding announced by the COVID-19 Therapeutics Accelerator and the Gates Foundation.
New collaborative research project, which will explore the effects of the built environment on child health and obesity.
New study highlights vulnerabilities of pregnant women living in Wales at risk of their babies being removed from their care
A new research has revealed that pregnant women living in Wales – who are at risk of their babies being removed from their care in the first year of life – are more likely to have had mental health problems compared to other pregnant women.
A new research project born out of the current COVID-19 pandemic will track the moods of people with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) over time to monitor its effect on accelerating the progression of the disease.
Research undertaken by Adolescent Mental Health Data Platform points way to dealing with looming mental health crisis from COVID-19 pandemic
The COVID-19 pandemic looks set to create a mental health crisis affecting young people in the UK, and experts at Swansea University Medical School are finding out how best to deal with it.
The study is being supported by SAIL (Secure Anonymous Information Linkage) Databank based at Swansea University Medical School. It is a world-leading, population databank, entrusted by the Welsh NHS to safely store the Welsh population’s health data, collected routinely by GPs and hospitals.
More than one third of UK adults in full-time work are worried about losing their jobs – as unemployed people show signs of serious mental health problems – Mental Health Foundation Coronavirus Study
The latest research, done on 24th – 26th April, also found that one fifth of unemployed adults surveyed said they had had suicidal thoughts and feelings during the last two weeks. This is more than double the rate among UK adults generally.